Sivakumar Shanmugasundaram writes:
> This worked. 'unmount' is undocumented, is it?

Not documented, because it's not supported for customer use.  It's not
a "secret," though.  You can find out what it does in PSARC 2005/474.

> Enda, yes. I was doing a pkgadd when I interrupted it. (to run pkgadd -G 
> again).

The tools are supposed to unmount the zone even when stopped by
interruption.  If that's not happening, then either there's a bug (and
we'd like to know about it -- file one) or you used extreme force to
interrupt the process (such as SIGKILL).

If it's the latter, I wouldn't trust the system too much after having
interrupted a packaging change.

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